Burundi in the Agribusiness, Coffee and Energy Global Value Chains: Project Summary – Skills for Private Sector Development. Duke University, Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness (Duke CGGC). World Bank. February 28, 2014

Consulting

Website url: http://www.cggc.duke.edu/pdfs/2014_02_28_Duke_CGGC_Final_Project_Summary.pdf The Skills for Private Sector Development Project, commissioned by the Education Division of the World Bank, employed the GVC framework to identify specific workforce development strategies to foster upgrading within three industries crucial to Burundi's economic development: agribusiness, coffee and energy. Upgrading in these value chains is dependent on developing new capabilities and generally requires a substantially different set of workers with different skill sets. Knowing the requirements at each stage can help policy makers to prepare the workforce for the needs of future upgrading strategies.

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Role

  • Burundi in the Agribusiness, Coffee and Energy Global Value Chains: Project Summary – Skills for Private Sector Development

Date

  • February 28, 2014

Service or Event Name

  • Duke University, Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness (Duke CGGC)

Host Organization

  • World Bank

Location or Venue

  • Burundi

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